So why get a Website???
We have come across many, many reasons that people would rather NOT get a website than invest in one and some of those are the following:
“It’s too expensive”
“I have enough business knowledge to go on word of mouth referrals”
“I just don’t feel it to be viable for my type of business”
The raw, brutal reality of it is this:
“Websites are not too expensive – a good web designer will not over charge”
“Right now the ONLY point of reference a potential client needs from you, is a website”
“81% of people looking for ANY type of product of service, will look at a website BEFORE considering doing business.”
Here are the 5 top reasons to seriously consider taking it online!
- Having a website will increase the probability of you attracting business.
Your website can be available 24/7/365 even when you’re not. A website acts as your “always-on” business advocate during and outside of office hours.
Websites help you convert more of your existing referrals, because most people still do their own research and stack you against your competitors.
2. Add instant credibility to your business simply by having a website.
The 21st century consumer is a skeptic; in fact. Having a good website instantly boosts your credibility as a legitimate business.
First impressions Count! Your website allows you to make a very strong impression with a well designed introduction for your business.
A website can help showcase your expertise and better position your business. A website can be your number one tool for standing out in a crowd.
3. It’s not as hard, or as expensive, as you think.
It can be very cost effective. Websites offer a better return on investment than any other form of advertising. If you’re planning to market your business, a website should be your first priority.
Over time the relatively low investment of getting a business website will pay dividends by driving you new customers and building your brand.
4.Having a website will end up saving you time.
Whether you’re trading emails, taking calls, or sending out proposals – communicating with potential customers takes time.
Your website can save you that time by providing answers to common customer questions and inquiries.
5. Position yourself and stay in control of your brand.
A website acts as a platform for your messaging and shapes the online perception of your business in a way that your social media channels cannot provide.
The platform allows you to position yourself in the market to get the exact type of customers you’re looking for.
So whats it going to be, are you going to take the leap? And get your business going 150%